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Kevin Orcutt
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What feud from the territory days that never happened would you have liked to have seen the most? My dream feud would have been a heel Buddy Rose from the late 70's-early80's vs. a babyface Jerry Lawler. This could take place in either Portland or Memphis, but I think in order to get the most out of this feud Jerry would have to have went to Portland, because I think to make this feud live up to it's full potential Jerry would have to have faced Buddy with some form of his Army. I would have their feud blow off in a hair match and who goes over depends on where they are, if it's in Portland Rose goes over and if it's in Memphis Lawler does.
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I agree with whoever mentioned the Harts vs. Von Erichs.
I would also have loved to see Lightning Express vs. Fantastics.
I know they had a few matches but what about Sheepherders vs. Zambuie Express.
Hogan vs. Nikita would have done huge box office numbers even if it wouldn't have been Gotch v. Hackenschmidt.

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did we not have this exact thread two days ago?

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Yes we did.
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Buzz Sawyer vs. Tommy Rich. Bloodiest and most violent feud ever.

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quote:
Originally posted by BaltimoreBullet2:
Buzz Sawyer vs. Tommy Rich. Bloodiest and most violent feud ever.

I could've sworn that one happened.

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Ricky Steamboat vs Great Muta
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Shaving Weezie Jefferson
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We need a third version of this thread exactly like the other two.

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http://wrestlingclassics.com/.ubb/ultimatebb.php?ubb=get_topic;f=1;t=153662

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The Crusher vs. Crusher Blackwell
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Weezie vs. brawler

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quote:
Originally posted by Shaving Weezie Jefferson:
quote:
Originally posted by BaltimoreBullet2:
Buzz Sawyer vs. Tommy Rich. Bloodiest and most violent feud ever.

I could've sworn that one happened.
Brett Sawyer vs Johnny Rich. Gold mine waiting to be discovered! [Wink]

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Masked Superstar vs. Playboy Buddy Rose. Doesn't matter who plays face and who plays heel, both guys were so good at either that it would be gold no matter how it was booked. I've always been of the opinion that Eadie would have made a fine NWA traveling champ just because he was so adept at working either side. You could have brought him out to the PNW to fight a heel Rose in Portland and then work Seattle the next night against a face Rowdy Roddy Piper and he was good enough to make the transition seamlessly, all it would take is two minutes on the stick and the same people that were cheering for him Friday night would be screaming for his head Saturday.

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